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Jan 15, 2013 5:30am PST
that people who don't have high moral standards, people who don't pay income tax don't presedeserve to represente people. >> thank you for that. military leaders from west african nations are discussing plans to send thousands of soldiers to mali had a schedule. french forces have been bombing rebel territory in northern mali for the past five days. france sent 750 soldiers to the capital and more are on the way. western countries have been pressing west african leaders to send in troops, which were not expected to arrive until september. rebel groups captured large parts of the country last year and are now seizing towns in the government-controlled south. spiders have occupied a town 400 and miles north of the capital. rebels also have bases in the cities farther north. the french intervention began last week after the rebels threatened to push towards the capital. muhammed, how worried are people at the rebels continue taking more territory? >> it is causing a lot of undies across mali. the people in the south are generally fearful the rebels might not be held just by aerial bomb
Jan 18, 2013 5:30am PST
was intended to help greeks recoup tax revenue. it could reap political crisis instead. >> australia's most notorious outlaw and folk hero will finally get a funeral. that is 152 years after he died. his descendants held a memorial service on friday. his remains will be buried without his skull, which is believed to have been stolen. he was hanged in 1884 killing three policemen. he was buried in an unmarked prison grave. his remains were only identified two years ago. there has been a sharp rise in the number of murders in the mexican capital in the last few weeks. the government says it is part of normal trend. the others say the drug gangs have begun fighting for parts of mexico city. >> this is one of the most violent neighborhoods in mexico city. police are stopping vehicles to look for weapons and contraband. the surge in violence in mexico city has some business leaders openly questioning if that means the drug cartels are operating in fighting for turf in the capital. that is something the mayor of mexico city denies. he says this is common crime on the streets of mexico. we are see
Jan 18, 2013 7:00pm PST
action. he is now charged with counts of wire fraud, bribery, filing false tax returns, and others. he took payments, travel, and other awards, they allege, in exchange for contracts. the indictment reads -- >> mayor ray nagin used his capacity for things that benefit the interests of individuals providing him with bribery kick back pay ops. >> they also glitchy accepted bribes to secure millions of dollars in contracts to rebuild after katrina. they are expected to testify against the former mayor. two officials have also pled guilty. his performance during katrina essentially assured a separate term in 2006. >> we are drawing a line in the sand and saying, "we have had in -- had it." completing office in 2010, he kept a low profile, rarely mentioned in the media, until now. aljazeera. >> republicans in congress are showing the first signs of backing down over the looming debt crisis. they announced they will present a bill. a move will avoid an immediate default by the u.s. treasury. and security scanners that produce naked images in airports are being scrapped. the government has ca
Jan 13, 2013 11:00pm PST
russian citizenship and protest on a proposed tax hike of millionaires. a proposed visit for the russian foreign minister -- around 100 people from the opposition freedom party tried to demonstrate outside the venue of the meeting between them and ukraine's foreign minister. they are angry over what they see is russia's growing influence in their country. hundreds have gathered with in belfast to call for peace. weeks of sectarian violence have rekindled memories of 30 years of unrest that ended in a peace deal in 1998. recent disturbances were sparked by flying the union flag a limited number of days only. women's groups in indonesia are urging the government to improve health care facilities in poor areas. after the death of a 10-year-old girl when doctors failed to detect that she was a victim of sexual violence. >> they say they had no idea there daughter was a victim of sexual violence. they work as scavengers and are having a hard time to make ends meet. the girl fell ill late november. a nurse gave her a medication, but she did not recover. >> at the clinic, they said she had a lu
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